MetadataShow full item record
AbstractThis article interrogates the place of feminism within art therapy. It provides a lively, polemical argument that art therapy must maintain a critical relationship to the discipline of psychology in order to avoid oppressing women with misogynistic discourses which are embedded in theories and practices. The article also explores the visual culture which surrounds us, and how images affect our sensibility, our self-esteem, and our ability to act in the world.
CitationHogan, S. (2013) 'Your body is a battleground: Art therapy with women', The Arts in Psychotherapy, 40 (4):415
JournalThe Arts in Psychotherapy
Series/Report no.Vol. 40.